CALHOUN WRESTLERS STRIKE THE TOP - Morris Named Most Valuable Player, Team Produces Three State Champs, Mike Stump Named WV Coach Of The Year In AA/A


Calhoun came in second in class AA/A in the State Wrestling Tournament last night in Huntington (197.5), with Oak Glen from Hancock County (216.5) the first place winners for the sixth year in a row.

The Calhoun team gave an outstanding performance at the tournament.

Chris Morris was declared the Most Valuable Player in the AA/A tournament, and Calhoun's hard working wrestling coach Mike Stump was declared AA/A Coach of the Year, an exemplary achievement for Calhoun High School.

The Red Devil team produced three West Virginia State Champs yesterday:

Justin Ashley 112

Chris Morris 125 (A two time winner)

Derek Metz 130

Jeff Morris, brother of Chris, was a second place winner.

Calhoun Middle/High School Principal Roger Propst said "This is an outstanding achievement for our wrestling team."

Propst said the public is invited to attend a special Recognition Assembly at the school Monday morning starting at 9:30 a.m.

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